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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE THR LKTHHRIDGE DAILY IIERALD PAGE FIAT-: PHOTOPLAYS VAUDEVILLE I As Mr. ThilMu'.t Ibe ilnm-ase !tie remarked "I iiilmirert Ills pliu-k, but Ue show- I wl uoyi' jmtguieut." NEW NEED ARISES dull: cal! (or Btirgiiry insurance for and featureless day was recorded on the cash grain market today. Otfer- logs continued light autl the few odd cars that caine on thp market jvore quickly disposed at uc ('hanged spread's. July oats "closed lower; Oeto- ber -and December lowor. Barley c loiver for July, and Ic down for .October., Flax lower for July, and 4Uc for October. Open. Closo. JulJ Oct. 100H 9S-i Dec MM: 02vi July 1C.7- Oot .I'.' J1S 148 July i-.. 423 Oct 421 422 RYK N'ot o.uotol. Cash Prices No. 2 C.W...120H N'o.'3 Extra No. 1 Feed No.-l Feed.. 12 Track of Treasures in Bottles Certain citizens of the "wet'1 Stales were provident in storing away snp. pliet of intoxicating liquor for future- use thai they have aroused the inter- ost of pri-datory men wlio liuvc drawn their attention f rein jewelry stored and bunks and are engag- ed iu ''cnu'fcing" cellar.s much more amopuble upd opeu to their enter- prises Ihan.i.W steel vaults of banks and Tho fatt that (tie price just ns tUc of whiskey has risen lo and J'-O jtbrov Terreiif the quart in certain porllous ct the eounirr lends additional zest lu the bupiuess of booze burglary. newspapers recently re- S'-Liut of I'.jt? vice onk-r lo keeji irum tins a rahl, issues orders lo have r-itsy. O'ConncH !tHu cujitivc. is u young ivoman wt'.o has of lite' t'hiucsc mtssiou house. Murdci-k notifies Shannon that I'atsy h being lielj cajuise and that.she will he harmed unless Shannon keeps sway. Terrence decides it> conduct u raid, liowcvcr, and noiilles 1'oliceiuan O'Shea to conic with tbo reserves if lie is not back at a siittcd hour. With "Chink" a ne'er-do-well white ot the nun she hid 1-jvo iti the- IHMV n'orhl. sa'd Normu. "Many Uving'o lie, afraij dial ihc truth be known. It would bo very jntere.st- CQJOV bis delineator of western characters. Kaug'sj dci iiey is [iiiiiiciisu try''Overland igiu that and Ufa muny. admirers wlllVmainly lag to kaow tho real irutli about our friends. You neier can tell." COLONIAL KITCHEN CABINET GIVEN AWAY MONDAY Manager !.en Urown aniiouiicol this mornius that lie will nive away the t'clouial's kllcben cabinet at s o'clock next Monday evening. The winner I pic'.ure. man, Bhaiinoa finds the. secret cu- j uiust bo a ticket purchaser on Monday Irance to Wu den. When they I evening, and the cabinet will not be enter tho tlen Fang :md hi ants on Shannon and o1 Uarry Carey tiiw screens most popu- When Shannon breaks luio AVu[ lar delineator i-f ivt'stcra characters.! Ftug'a dcu he js-tivoiiiowrrcu in U.e igiu that ensues, ho >usL-icusiK-sa U'u Vang telU him ihai L- ii to be thrown iulp a pn filled ith livj raTft. p ime, held cuptiv nu den. Just they are about htow Shannon juto ihu pit, t'oikoraiiii O'Snca arrives with tiie re- servw. Wu P'IIDK is killed in the fight, vhile Murdcrk. tut- corrupt iio, The two part comedy riot "A will be shown, also th latest cp.'soOu of and Gagged." him. ills assist- j given away unless the duplicate to the j world life in iverpower i winning nuaiber is presented by the citiei. It are about to :e into the arrives with the reserves. In the fight tbat follows 'Kaug Is killed and inurdock Is taken prisoner. -As eoen as bis bonds are cut Shannon Hurries tho loss of qimrU of] to release I'utajy aiiij 'the next day whiskey by near Wisdom, Minn. Seven men tlashed up lo the Tarm hoUBo iu two autoaioblles, forced their way Into Uto cellar, and took Hway with them 150 cases of goods, to last the provident farmer for (he next uventy years at the rate of consuniptioii t-f one pint !i No. 2 I'er dieui- Other from tbo No. 4 C.W...1CS Fctd.. 133 1 S.W.Ci No. 'i Condemned .334 Rejected... :i53 Track.....160 Xo. S CAV...S6? Track No. 2 230 (Dominion Livestock- 'BmrichJ tattle, and 110 350 bul chcr slecrs' weighed np lo J1C.OO; and fair lo.gofid from {10.60 to 'f 13.50. Bulk of choice females raided from 112-00 "lo while Sn.OO'to was paid for fair to Stocked and fced- prs were; quoted at steady prices, i-holcc riMlily stccr.i from J10.00 to fair to good to Tho hog market held uteailv at J1S.50 for'sele'cis. Livestock ,24.--The provln- cial: mango' dipijing 'program' now In progress -is 'having- an effect-on ;the livestock market There were dally news indicate cflfeeiis wllb much and even more 1 intoxicating Jiquor piled up against future needs, it fanners have stored away as much as quarts, what' must he. the stores of some cf the liquor users of the cities, wlioJ-werc convenient to tho sources of supply and equipped with the necessary funds for a large invest- ment Millions of dollars have hecu so invested, imd the value ot the goods n nipidly JiTcreasIng as con- sumption progresses. The Minnesota burglary and sinilEar instances, however, ate useful in pointing to the desirability of some new form of ourglar insurance, and lo the'necessity of greater precaution in safeguarding the case goods. With intoxicating liquor mounting so rapid- ly in value as the sleek decreases, it Is only a matter pr tinie .when it will be ivorthHts equivalent weight in precious melfil, tho time at hand when a citizen vriUi so mnch as a quart of whiskey must lock It up in a safely deposit vault? Tlieire Is another in the Min- nesota Instance. A farmer with ODO worth of-whiskey in cellar, personal use, can by riu means be.re- Society Has Many Frauds ivirig Under Assumed Names, greatest 3 .---'I inyslie marvel (maybe) I'rolessor 0aVS MlSS Norma lalmadgeiDuiiko, will make his appearance. ,_____ answering will be Ihc feature f v. j 'it hiitmost otthrfi were for dipping pur- hitolliKeucer poses only and-will moved Rgaln as soon _.is the dipping process Is.over. The packers'are-orf- thfe lid. and sales' nf butcher raUle are llghler than usual. Tot) steers brought .'.from to i The EVERYONE KNOWS'Vi'HEN THE-EpjTOR IS WRONG offered. There were IC9 hog's'on tho market. N. Y. STOCKS NEW YORK. June {Mosihf: sales C. P. it. 1I23J: IT. s. Steel Bill; U. S. Steel preferred PS. London Money stiver' 50 M ijier bar Roid. lOJs. Money. 4 S-4 per discount rates short G cent mpnths! HsO 11-16 percent. r YQUNG BULL HAS LOTS 'OF PLUCK 'BUT SHOWS PRETTY POOR JUDGMENT Piirla yesterday. tor of.the. sutnriicr hotel at Outlet, a; '______ village'a' tew miles from liere, take he charges twice for il.' When a lawyer nifilies a mialake he uas a chance to try the--case all over again. "When n carpenter makes a. niislake it's just what he expected. When a doctor makes a mistake he a judge makes a mistake it becomes a law of the land. r.WTion a pre.acher.makes a mistake nobody.knows the.'iVirrfirence; vnn editor tnakcs a mis 'Country Press Turkey's iicaco ile'legation, beadei by Damld Ferid Pasha, arrived in driving his car toward-homo recent' was "THE A ly when be'chanced to meet a lienl off PICTURE AS'QREAT, AS AT COLONIAL rattle.. The-ownar of the auto "The Jlidniglit will lie showi ca down to allow.Iho animals lo pass (at the Colonial theater'on WednesJa) undue excitement. -All went -and Thursday. This is Select TOI till lie met Ihe leader of great aitractton. conccrnirif large bovine, family, u splendid young Hie umlern-orlil life in the Chines foam .Inill. The .latter resented tho rjireaenre of -the mschanira.l contriv- ance bearing down through the bord section r.f a large western rily. It wai prodnceit by Thomas U. Ince. Pang, a notorious Chinese is vhen he uotifitid tbat ho has been 'chief of police, for conducting he succesirTuI raid. Patsy promises to his wife. holder. Patrons are asked to come as early as possible, as there will be a big demand for seats. Doers will be opened iUarp at C.13. GftEAT SHOWS AT COLONIAL FOR THE WEEKEND The Colonial theatre will 'offer a "MIDNIGHT PATROL" AT THE COLONIAL LAST TIMES TONIGHT pictures great special attrac- tion. "Thrf Midnight Patrol." will be shown for the last times tonight at the Colonial. This is a sensatlona' ami thrilling story" of Chinese under world life in ono of (ho big western produced by Thomas II, hue. The principal figures ED the stor> aro Terrenes Shannon, sergeant of tho CLInatowji polkc f iiuad, Wu Fang, Jin Patsy O'Conncll. a young lady.who has charge ot the Chinese rescue' mission. Patsy is held captive by Wu Fanj, bumper show for the anil his gang, iluriiock, who Is aidlm day and Saturday. On Friday night, Wu Fang to smuggle in a shipment 6 tho weekly fun festival the Country Store Vjodvil Nile will be staged, with a great array-of prizes and novelties. Oodles of nifty -prizes will he given away. As a special ad'W attraction But It Is Not a Cause for Worry, Adds Screen Star, For Character N Only Real Test of Worth. "Do you know your friends? You inly lliliil; you do, for ono never can ell tlic-ee days." 4 Thus philosophized Xprina nadge, star of "A Daughter'of Two which will Jje Ehowu at the Einpress Tuoatre, beginning today. "Why there aro thousands and hoasands ot people In tlio world liv- ing under assumed names to hide -heir she said. "Some are just and as you or 1. but there is a taint on the family name vhlch causes them to through life ncognito. "No, you never'can tell just what's n a name. JJut thtfu the name doesn't matter very much anyhow. It's tha character that counts." Xofma should be-well qualified to sppak .on this subject, for in "A Daughter oC Two the film version of I.o Roy Scott's famous nov- el, she nlays a double life. A-forgery of: which she has been wrongly accused results In her advent into a fashionable -boarding >chool irom the sordid environment of a low lance hall, run'in the slums'liy her [ather, Black Jerry Malone, -whose one >'g ambition Is to advance Ills daugli- the upper world. leap into society neyeV could have-been accomplished, anil: his daughter had-' ska clang to the tainted family name. But the stigma the past followed herpeven into the upper crust, and Jennie Miller, as she calfed herself, was called upon to make a decision which meant the saving of the lifo :of a friend of tho underworld, wrongly accused of imirdar, and her .return to the' old life she hated with tho pos- of his entertainment. Bring along your will answer them -rfll. The feature for, Friday and Satur- day be "Overland lied." a stirring sii-part special attraction starring opium, notifies Shannon that 6 Pats will'be'harmed unless he'keeps." th police away on the night the suipnteu is expected to arrive. The callof duty conies first, how ever, aud 'Shannon prepares to raid tho den .and at tho same limo resow Patsy from the clutches of the Chi nese.' In order, lo gain entrance to Fang's deri, Shannon gets "Chink" Ucss to help him find the secret pass age. Iu the meantime Shannon ha: reft word for the reserves to folios him unless he is back at a certain hour.. TODAY AND BALANCE OF WEEK v..r. JOSEPH. M. SCHENCK PRESENTS fajhter of Two Worlds" Atfajited from the famous Novel by Leroy. Scott As Jennie, daughter of a dive keeper and associate of crooks who flees her. sordid 'surroundings and finds a new and finer world and the love of a line, 'cffean man, Miss Talmadge presents the mott splendid work HER-FIRST AP- 'PEARANOE IN A FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION, FOX SUNSHINE COMEDY- The Season's Greatest Laugh- ing Sticcess. In' the uioua- in anottier part oE (n captured niyi placed under urtt-sl. IREENWICH VILLAGE LIFE IN "TOBY'S BOW" AT PHOENIX If you have erer wondered what was like in little oicl Greenwich Village; if you are the uiollier of a temperamental daughter with aspira- tions for a fmc; or if you ilrc a; girl fabeliJEiied by the uC; Village advertising moth-] oils, go to the Phoenix theatre nexti week to "Toby's- UOT.-." This picture, from thu stage play! of. Ihc same name by Joliu TuEnter' Koote utars Tunv Moore and s-hoivsi some of the artificial gaiety by which' New York'n (Jrcensvich Viilafic force gaiety into ILclr lives, hi triilb, after paying ?oO a month or more fur; the privilege of struggling along tho road to fame in au uu heated back i room, with nothing hut hope to work on, reckless coslumc balls liulu to bring some lustre to llm disillusion- ment lhat comes witli-mnlcrslandtiiK. "Toby's Bow" reveuls. however, liow one writer broke away from [he "Vil- lage's" worrit influences and fojmd his real life again in the peace of an old-fashtoned southern home. Mae Murray, Maid of Many Moods! and one ot the screen's most beau- tiful blondes, bo the stellar at traction at the- Phoenix theatre Fri- day and Saturday in her firsl picture for .I'alhe. "Tivin I'uwns" ii the title of tho photoplay, whtdi 1ms been produced, directed and adapted by Leoncc Ferret from a novel, "Tht: Wo- lan In hy Wilkie Colltsis. The picture makes 110 iirctcnse of, anything but what It Js a high- 1 y seasoned drrtma tn elaborate set-1 ings. Warner Oland. ivliose ability o portray screen villains has been In :onstant demand over since he ap- peared in has. a part Uial vill be coveted by every actor whose ;peclalty is villains. It's a corkin; and Oland realizes Us every po.ssibility. Starting Monday for tbrce days the 'hoenis will offer Twain's boy icro, ITuckleberry a Para- Li ount- Art craft feature. on low-gear. Lowering his massive plotting with Jim JInrdock, a corrupt head, he .'charged resulting in-oniy. aj to keep the police f-om in- few bruises to iilmself. hut a twisted lertcving on a night when a big shin- iiile, a badly lion! fonder anil ,1 smash-: mi-nt of opium Is expected. Tho only cd headlight lo He unfortunate motor.l man they four Is' Terrence Shannon, 'Have of Pentecost Qome Back? Do thePentecostal Gifts still exist in iKe .Churcli? Should a woman in the Church? Baptism of the Holy. Ghost; Gift of Tonsues; Gift of Healing; Gift Prophecy, 1 Come and hear a LECTURE AND SCRIPTURAL' EXAMINATION of. the above subjects by JOHN RAE f .AT BETHANY HAtL, 205 THIRTEENTH STREET N. 8: 00P.M., FRIDAY, JUNE 25 Everybody Welcome. Honest Questions Invited at, End of SMALl-.LOTS PURCHASED LIBe'ftA.tvAOVANC.E.MADEtON C.b'NSIflNMENTS P.HONE 581 Dominion Block Lethbridje, Alta. resrintinc J. KOSHLAMD CO. BOSTON OENIX FIRST' FRIDAY and SATURDAY GKBDBIZIBS SHOWING FOR LAST TIME TONIGHT Dsar Mrs, (or Mr. or Miss) Do you like good melodrama? 1 Do you.like a story crammed full of things that do not happen In your own life? Do you like to weep over a beautiful Hiss the fiendish villain? Applaud the brave hero who, at the fifty-ninth second, rutlics in where angels fear to tread? Yoii'l! simply "cat u'p" "THE TWIN PAWNS" if you like good melodrama. "THE TWIN PAWNS" (s Mae Murray's newest pic- ture. the first picture this bewitching and captivating star has made for company that's trade-marked with a rooster. Ah Item of importance in connection with "THE PAWNS" Is that it's a Leonce Perret production. Mr. PerrMI, after adapting the story and directing the picture-, "presents" It to a public that associates his namo with "The Unknown "The Thirteenth Chair'' and others. Still another Item not to he overlooked Is the fact that "Tho Woman in a popular book by the famous English novelist, WlUdu Collins, Is the story from wrilch Mr. Perret adapted "THE TWIN which has been given a present-day setting with America as tho locale, "THE TWIN PAWNS" will be seen at this theatre Friday and. Saturday, Hay we. earnestly solicit your patronaps? Very truly youra, KEN J. BISHOP, Mansaer. The Season's Greatest Thriller Latest Screen Magazine Lyons-Moran Comedy And OtheV Attractions FR1DAYN1GHT Vodvii Elite Leads of Ftne Prirts Laughs Galore Oodles of Novelties, and PROF. B U N K 0 World's Funnlest'Telepathic Marvet, Bring Along Your Questions. Ask Him Anything, He Knows Everything (May ft's Going to Be a Mercy Bur- lesque. Get in Early, or you'll have to wait for a seat. MAJESTIC 'UES., JUNE 29th FRIDAY SATURDAY One of the Greatest Shows We Have Ever Offered BRING THE CHROREN-SIX TO SIXTY IT WILL TICKLE THEM fUNNIER AND BETTER M THAN EVER en reujing picture made from Henry Herbert Knibfcs novel HERE'S one of tHd enjoyable photodrBmas ever laughed arid thrilled rollick- ing romance of a huppy-go- lucky knight of the road who.-' passes suddenly from poverty lo vigorous, humorous Harry Carey keep- ing you chuckling all the rarest tonic for.tht bluet that you ever took.' AS EVER 'AND FOREVER THE BRIGHTEST, BEST, MOST BEAMING "OF ALL BAD BOYS EVER PUT IN PRINT CARTOON OR UPON THE STAGE, A MOVINC PICTURE. SPECIAL MATINEE AT 4500 P.M. Children-----'. ,25o Adults......60c NIGHT PRICES Scats on Salo at Armstrong and Ra- worths' Saturday, 10 a.m. NOT A PICTURE Afso Fourth Episode of "BOUND and GAGGED" AND "A LIONS' ALLIANCE" When the menagerie broke loose in thfs screamingly funny two part comedy the whofe town went wild. You'll laugh until your ache. It's without doubt the most sensationally funny comedy ever produced. Same Popular Prices for This Bumpe'r Show Adults...35t Prize Matinee Saturday fop 5c SPECIAL NOTICE THE KITCHEN CABINET WILL BE GIVEN AWAY ON NEXT MONDAY NIGHT AT EIGHT O'CLOCK SHARP. DOUBLE COUPONS NOW TILL MONDAY. ;